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Station Repair Two: DC Central: Repair Five: DC Central: DC Central: Repair Two: Repair Three: Repair Five: DC Central: Transmission Central  –  Repair  Too.  Material  condition  Yoke is set in Repair Too. Material condition Yoke is set in Repair Too, Central,  aye. Central  –  Repair  Fife.  Material  condition  Yoke is set in Repair Fife. Material condition Yoke is set in Repair Fife. Central, aye. All  Stations  –  Central. Secure from general quarters. Secure from general quarters. Repair Too, aye. Going off the line. Secure  from  general  quarters.  Repair  Tree, aye.  Going  off  the  line. Secure from general quarters. Repair Fife, aye. Going off the line. All Stations – Central. Going off the line. LOOKOUT  EXERCISE Scenario The  ship  is  en  route  from  Naval  Station  Mayport, Florida,  to  Naval  Station  Guantanamo  Bay,  Cuba,  to conduct  a  month  of  refresher  training. The ship has been under way for 34 hours and is currently transiting through the windward passage on course 170 True at 15 knots. The windward passage is located in the Bahama Islands chain. The passage is used regularly by ships 4-10

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